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The Institute for Rhinoplasty and Nasal Reconstruction, based in Beverly Hills, California, is the premier center for Primary and Revision Rhinoplasty in the Country. The Institute is comprised of pre-eminent physicians dedicated to primary & revision rhinoplasty, nasal reconstruction, sinus surgery, nasal breathing disorders and nasal skin cancer reconstruction.
Multidisciplinary Team Approach The most important treatment objective for individuals with facial paralysis is prevention of unwanted eye complications, recontruction of facial movement, restoration of a dynamic smile, and improvement of facial aesthetics. At the Institute for Rhinoplasty and Nasal Reconstruction, Dr. Azizzadeh and his team of facial plastic surgeons, otolaryngologists, neuro-otologists, neurosurgeons, head & neck surgeons, ophthalmologists and physical therapists utilize a systematic approach to reach these objectives. Each patient will be initially consulted by Dr. Azizzadeh who will then utilize different members of the team to obtain the best possible outcome.
Babak Azizzadeh, MD FACS Dr. Azizzadeh is the Director of the Institute for Rhinoplasty and Nasal Reconstruction. He is board certified by the American Board of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck surgery. As a result, he has the insight for nasal beauty and breathing function. His expertise in primary and revision rhinoplasty has made him one of the most sought after surgeons in the country. Dr. Azizzadeh has been featured on the Oprah Winfrey show, People, the New York Times, discovery health, and numerous other media for his expertise in facial plastic surgery.
Babak Larian, MD FACS Director of Sinus Surgery at The Institute for Rhinoplasty and Nasal Reconstruction Babak Larian, M.D. is the Chief of Head & Neck Surgery at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles. He holds this prestigious position from January 1, 2012 to December 31, 2012. He is also the director at The Center for Advanced Head & Neck Oncology. He is also an Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery at the David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
Garrett Griffin, MD FACS Dr. Garrett Griffin is a third-generation Vermonter excited to experience life on the West Coast. Dr. Griffinâ€™s first love was drawing, and he has maintained this artistic and aesthetic outlook ever since. He grew up splitting his time between the classroom, hockey rink, tennis court and soccer field. He attended the University of Richmond (go Spiders!) on a full academic scholarship where he played club roller hockey and performed groundbreaking neuroscience research.
Anatomy of the nose for rhinoplasty surgery The nose is the organ animals and humans use for smell. It is also the organ that brings air into the lungs. There are two parts to the nose. The external nose, that we see, has bulbous long skin, and the internal nose which has many blood vessels and nerves.
The top of the nose connects to the forehead and sticks out in the center of the face as explained above. The nostrils of the nose are separated by the septum or "columna". The nose is composed of bones and cartilage. Cartilage moves with different muscles of the face.
Sinus Surgery/ Endoscopic sinus surgery
Endoscopic sinus surgery is a non-invasive surgical procedure that addresses chronic sinus disease with the use of the endoscope. This treatment allows the surgeon to examine and remove blockages in the sinuses. This procedure is commonly used in patients with chronic sinusitis, deviated septums or in patients with tumors or polyps.
By restoring the normal function of the sinuses, mucus is able to drain properly and air flow is increased, improving breathing. As a result of this procedure patients can expect an 80-90% improvement from facial pain caused by nasal blockage and many will regain their sense of smell or taste.
Septoplasty surgery and treatment information
Septoplasty is a common procedure that is performed for individuals who have a â€œdeviated septumâ€? that can result from trauma or can naturally occur during the growth process of the nasal cartilages. Nasal breathing disorders can be caused by several different factors: 1. Deviated septum. 2. Internal or external nasal valve compromise. 3. Allergy and sinus disease.
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